Rapid processing and precise image reading ideal for X-ray images including mammograms
Introducing a newly upgraded FCR CAPSULA XL II designed with a new form and equipped with state-of-the-art functions including an optional capability of 50-micron reading with high resolution imaging plates (HR-V and HR-VI).
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FCR CAPSULA XL II with Imaging Plate HR-VI has cleared FDA* / 510k** for mammography applications in the U.S.A market as “ASPIRE CR FOR MAMMOGRAPHY SYSTEM (CRM)”. The “ASPIRE CR FOR MAMMOGRAPHY SYSTEM (CRM)” is a full-field digital mammography system consisting of the three main components;
FCR Capsula XLII (CR-IR 359), Imaging Plate HR-VI and Console (CR-IR 348 CL).
One of the FCR key components is an Imaging Plate, or IP, that is used in place of X-ray film to easily digitize X-ray images. The FCR CAPSULA XLII features the IP in an unprecedented compact frame, as it incorporates over 70 years of Fujifilm's extensive technology and know-how.
CAPSULA, meaning small box in Latin, has been cleverly trimmed to be smaller and lighter, boosting flexibility on installation and layout, while maintaining the specifications for a broad range of diagnostic imaging needs from general radiography to pantomography. Plus, the optional capability of 50-micron reading with the HR-V or HR-VI can be utilized to visualize finer and more minute structures for better diagnosis.
FCR CAPSULA XLII enables extremely high throughput of up to approximately 94 IPs/hr.* and the time to display the image on the CR Console monitor is approximately 23 sec., in spite of its compactness.
Three types of IP cassettes (Type CC, LC and CH**) can cover various imaging such as chest, lumbar spine, pantomography (15 × 30 cm), and extremities. Virtually all imaging requirements can be satisfied with the single unit.
Capable of automatically starting the IP reading and image processing when the IP cassette is inserted, the system is designed to complete the IP reading cycle with simple operations. Setting parameters can be changed with the buttons on the monitor screen. The screen can also display the status and the time remaining to complete the IP reading process for user-convenience.
The multi-function console handles all complex procedures of digital X-ray imaging — patient ID, image reviewing, processing and printing, DICOM interface, and more — as well as quality assurance functions all within a single workstation.
Fujifilm's unique Image Intelligence™ processing technologies to realize clear and crisp images.
FCR CAPSULA XLII equipped with the optional capability of 50-micron reading with the HR-V or HR-VI and the IP cassette type CH can visualize finer and more minute structures.
HR-VI*4 is improved type IP from HR-V, and has the following additional features.
By using Fujifilm's imaging plate technologies, HR-VI's image quality improved compared to HR-V.
The MAMMOASCENT AWS-c optimizes your mammography examinations with its advanced design and features. Correspondence to Fujifilm Mammography QC Program with 1 shot phantom.
Fujifilm Mammography QC Program is a dedicated quality control program applicable to Fujifilm digital mammography system. This program enables the system to keep a stable image quality for both screening and diagnosis.
|Standard Components||FCR CAPSULA XLII Image Reader Unit (Model: CR-IR 359)
AC power cord
|Other System Components||Optional upgrade kit for 50-micron reading with HR-V or HR-VI
IP cassette type CC, LC, CH
CR Console, CONSOLE ADVANCE*, AWS-c
Dry Imager: DRYPIX 2000, 4000, 7000
|Number of Stacker||1|
|Reading Gray Scale||12 bits|
|Network||10 Base T / 100 Base TX|
|Dimensions (W × D × H)||590 × 380 × 810 mm (23″ × 15″ × 32″)|
|Weight||99 kg (218 lbs.)|
|Power Supply Conditions||Single phase 50 - 60 Hz
AC 120 - 240 V ±10% 5 A (max)
|IP Type||Required Time|
|ST-VI||35 × 43 cm (14″ × 17″)||Approx. 58 (41) sec.|
|ST-VI||35 × 35cm (14″ × 14″)||Approx. 52 (38) sec.|
|ST-VI||10″ × 12″||Approx. 49 sec.|
|ST-VI||8″ × 10″||Approx. 41 sec.|
|ST-VI||24 × 30 cm||Approx. 48 sec.|
|ST-VI||18 × 24 cm||Approx. 39 sec.|
|ST-VI||15 × 30 cm||Approx. 49 sec.|
|HR-V||24 × 30 cm**||Approx. 59 sec.|
|HR-V||18 × 24 cm***||Approx. 51 sec.|
|HR-VI||24 × 30 cm**||Approx. 59 sec.|
|HR-VI||18 × 24 cm***||Approx. 51 sec.|
|IP Type||Required Time|
|ST-VI||35 × 43 cm (14″ × 17″)||Approx. 62 (87) IPs / hr.|
|ST-VI||35 × 35cm (14″ × 14″)||Approx. 70 (94) IPs / hr.|
|ST-VI||10″ × 12″||Approx. 73 IPs / hr.|
|ST-VI||8″ × 10″||Approx. 87 IPs / hr.|
|ST-VI||24 × 30 cm||Approx. 75 IPs / hr.|
|ST-VI||18 × 24 cm||Approx. 92 IPs / hr.|
|ST-VI||15 × 30 cm||Approx. 73 IPs / hr.|
|HR-V||24 × 30 cm**||Approx. 61 IPs / hr.|
|HR-V||18 × 24 cm***||Approx. 70 IPs / hr.|
|HR-VI||24 × 30 cm**||Approx. 61 IPs / hr.|
|HR-VI||18 × 24 cm***||Approx. 70 IPs / hr.|
|Standard Pixel-density||High Pixel-density|
|High-speed mode||Standard mode|
|14″ × 17″ (ST-VI)||35 × 43 cm (ST-VI)||5 pixels / mm||10 pixels / mm|
|14″ × 14″ (ST-VI)||35 × 35 cm (ST-VI)||5 pixels / mm||10 pixels / mm|
|10″ × 12″ (ST-VI)||24 × 30 cm (ST-VI)||—||10 pixels / mm|
|8″ × 10″ (ST-VI)||18 × 24 cm (ST-VI)||—||10 pixels / mm|
|—||15 × 30 cm (ST-VI)||—||10 pixels / mm|
|—||24 × 30 cm (HR-V)**||—||20 pixels / mm|
|—||18 × 24 cm (HR-V)***||—||20 pixels / mm|
|—||24 × 30 cm (HR-VI)**||—||20 pixels / mm|
|—||18 × 24 cm (HR-VI)***||—||20 pixels / mm|